The Hoa Binh Statistics Office on December 12 held a meeting to review its performance in 2023 and set out tasks for 2024.

Collectives receive excellent emulation titles from theGeneral Directorof theGeneral Statistics Office.

This year, the Hoa Binh Statistics Office has successfully fulfilled tasks assigned by the General Statistics Office and the province. It has carried out 26 regular surveys in various fields. It coordinated with the Statistical Data Collection and Information Technology Application Department and other units to inspect, review and process data from regular statistical surveys to better serve the compilation of statistical reports.

The office has developed monthly, quarterly, six-month, nine-month and annual reports on the socio-economic situation based on information collected and synthesised from surveys and statistical reports. This is an important document serving regular meetings of the provincial Party Committee, People's Council, and People's Committee at provincial and district levels. The reports were timely and their reliability was improved.


In addition, the Statistical Yearbook 2022 was published on time, ensuring its quality. Monthly statistical data were posted on the website of the Hoa Binh Statistics Office. It also organised press conferences to announce data on the socio-economic development situation in 2022 and the first six months of 2023.

Participants at the meeting listened to presentations on solutions to improve the quality of the statistical work, including those related to gathering information and innovating leadership.

On this occasion, four collectives and four individuals were presented with certificates of merit from the Ministry of Planning and Investment in recognition of their contributions to Vietnam's statistics industry; 15 individuals were awarded the "For the cause of statistics" insignias, and seven collectives were granted excellent emulation titles from the General Director of the General Statistics Office. The Director of the Hoa Binh Statistics Office also handed over certificates of merit to three collectives and eight individuals with outstanding achievements.


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